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Toshiba Latest Patent - HDR from Quad Pixel

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According to the latest patent the newly developed sensor from Toshiba will use 4 pixel structure as one to create HDR image… the technology look somehow similar to HTC one M8 (ultrapixel technology) and nokia pureview 1020.

Quad-pixel-technology

Explanation and self-interpretation of the patent literature (Translated by google)

 

Patent Publication No. 2014-168112

  • Published 2014.9.11
  • Filing date 2013.2.28

Toshiba patents

  • Quad Pixel

Open area, exposure time, by changing the gain, etc., varying the light sensitivity of each other subpixel

source – egami

Nikon Pro DX Lenses Coming Soon

According to a interview published at dpreview Steve Heiner from Nikon USA said that they are not ignoring the DX range and new “exciting” DX lenses may arrive in near future…but at the end he also suggest Nikon fans to go and buy a FX format camera.

Take a look at the some Nikon popluar camera list

 Nikon D7100

 Nikon D610

 Nikon D750

 Nikon-D7100-smallNikon D7100 is a APS-C sensor camera, features 24.1 megapixel image sensor, 39-point AF system (9 cross-type).  Nikon-D600-small-imageThe Nikon D610 24.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor, 39-point AF system (9 cross-type), Full HD 60/50/30/25/24p video.  Nikon-D750-small-imageFull frame 24.3 megapixel CMOS image sensor and EXPEED 4 image processor, Nikon’s powerful 51-point AF system with 15 cross-type sensors and 3D Color Matrix Metering III with a 91,000-pixel RGB sensor.
Price: $946 [Body Only]Nikon D7100 Amazon | B&H Price: $1999 [Body Only]Nikon D610  -  Amazon | B&H | Price: $2296 [Body Only]
Nikon D750 at B&H Store || Amazon|

Nikon Patent - More Sensitive Pixels

Nikon-new-sensor-patentA new patent surfaced over the web that shows a new sensor technology to optimize the spectral sensitivity characteristics for each pixel, take a look

Explanation and self-interpretation of the patent literature

Patent Publication No. 2014-168016

  • Published 2014.9.11
  • Filing date 2013.2.28

Nikon patents

  • To optimize the spectral sensitivity characteristics for each pixel
  • Pixels having different depths, corresponding to the transmission wavelength band of the color filter

Separates the adjacent pixels, it is possible to suppress the crosstalk between the pixels, and reduces the mixing

Canon Profit Down Again - Q3 2014 Financial Results

Summary-of-result-imageCanon Profit Down Again – according to the Q3 2014 Financial Results published by Canon,

Canon-actual-sales-graph-im

Why the sales graph are is going down from past three years, the main reason behind this is the compact sales is down due to introduction of advance camera modules in smartphones and DSLRs sales are down die ti the advance mirrorless cameras by M4/3 group of companies and Sony the overall sales of Canon and as well as Nikon

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Canon Patent - 35mm F1.4 Lens

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A new 35mm F1.4 Lens patent surfaced over the web, that shows successor of current EF 35mm f/1.4L lens, take a look at the technical details below translated by google

Translante by Google:

There are instructions Patent Document Solutions Shi · own
Laid-Open 2014-202952 designation
Publication date 2014.10.27
A willing Day 2013.4.5
Mika Example 1
The focal length f = 34.20mm
Fno. 1.45
Semi picture angle ω = 32.32 °
Like high Y = 21.64mm
Re nn zu full length 129.16mm
BF 39.35mm

via: EG

Sony A7 II and Sony A7R II Coming Soon

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In a recent interview published at DPreview Mr. Kenta from Sony confirmed that next generation new generation of Full frame E-mount camera coming soon and in the next part of the interview the he also added that Sony is trying to transfer the Sony A6000 Fast & advance HYBRID AF technology to the upcoming Fullframe E-mount mirrorless camera,

The other important points of the interview are… (via Sonyalpharumor – SAR)
1) we are aiming sport and pro photographers with the next generation(s) of FF E-mount
2) We are seeing the transition from DSLR to Mirrorless happening. DSLR will remain in a very high end niche.
3) The Telephoto prime lens (300mm) is something we get asked to make from our users
4) We don’t know if A and E-mount will merge one day. For now we keep developing booth.
5) The number one key tech to acquire customers is develop auto-focusing
6) Next generation FF E-mount cameras will get more customizability

At the end we don’t want to mention that the Sony A7 and Sony A7R camera was announced on 16 Oct, 2013 and need an update so we may see a new Sony A7 II and A7R II camera soon with advance core specification and new sensor soon.

Now the video interview published at dpreview

stay with us (FACEBOOK | TWITTER | GOOGLE+) and we will update you soon as we get any new information / see more Sony Rumor.

Olympus PEN Camera with Vertical Sensor Coming?

olympus-Pen-series-coming-sAccording to latest rumors Olympus is testing a new type of PEN camera, the camera is rumored to feature a newly customized CMOS sensor with same size like the original film pens,

part of the article published at 43rumors.com

The pen line isn’t discontinued, rather it’s being taken back to it’s roots. One of the mockups has the sensor in a portrait orientation like the original film pens, the space saved by the shutter traveling sideways rather than vertically allowing a viewfinder above it (still in the center line of camera, which is hard to do with the vertical running shutter, almost all other mirrorless have the EVF on the left hand edge or a hump because of it).

But the source who published the information also suggest that the Olympus management may not approve the camera for final production because it’s too much “risk”.